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Idoc to Webservice to Idoc scenario-> is this possible without BPM?

Hi guys

We have a scenario where we need to send an IDoc to webservice and get the response back into another IDoc.

Questions:

1. Is this scenario possible without a BPM? or do we need to use BPM (Sync-Async bridge).

2. Is there a Async to Sync bridge in BPM?

3. How do I use this bridge in my scenario and customize it?

Appreciate your quick response

Regards

Satya

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  • Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 11:42 AM

    Hi Satya,

    >>1. Is this scenario possible without a BPM? or do we need to use BPM (Sync-Async bridge?

    You need BPM

    2. Is there a Async to Sync bridge in BPM?

    You dont need a "bridge", just take a synchronous send step

    3. How do I use this bridge in my scenario and customize it?

    Map the IDoc to request container and the response container to the second IDoc.

    Your need 4 container, receive step, transformation, send step (synchronous), transformation, send step (asyncronous)

    Regards,

    Udo

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